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Jason Victor Serinus

Jason Victor Serinus is a music critic, professional whistler, and lecturer on classical vocal recordings. His credits includes Seattle Times, Listen, Opera News, Opera Now, American Record Guide, Stereophile, Classical Voice North America, Carnegie Hall Playbill, Gramophone, San Francisco Magazine, Stanford Live, Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco Examiner, AudioStream, and California Magazine.

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Feature Article
March 6, 2015

The 20th anniversary edition of Other Minds offers a number of commemorations, not least those tied to founder Charles Amirkhanian's personal history.

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Upcoming Concert
March 4, 2015

An intrepid singer finds a long-lost Venetian Baroque opera and brings it to performance.

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Upcoming Concert
February 18, 2015

The musicians discuss their original approach to the music of Bartok and Haydn, which they showcase this Sunday at [email protected]

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CD Review
February 6, 2015

Not a contender among so many great recorded interpretations of the songs, but Netrebko is backed by a marvelous orchestra and conductor who know their Strauss.

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Feature Article
February 5, 2015

In his first season as Opera San Jose's artistic director, Larry Hancock is betting on a likeable adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel.

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February 3, 2015
The little opera company discovers a devastating theft. ...
January 5, 2015
Naxos has made the history books with the worldwide launch of their ClassicsOnline HD•LL classical music streaming and download site. ClassicsOnline HD•LL is the first site to stream classical mus...
Feature Article
December 26, 2014

What better way to get your New Year off to a great start than with three videos that have a strong relationship with San Francisco Opera.

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Feature Article
December 17, 2014

Great music and gift ideas for classical music lovers (and how to get hold of them quickly).

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Upcoming Concert
December 2, 2014

Read an interview with composer and musician Terry Riley. His In C changed the course of modern music, he has spent half a century at the cutting edge of musical exploration, and it is impossible to speak of Riley’s music without referencing his energy and world outlook.

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News Report
October 23, 2014

CD-quality, on demand streaming is about to expand with the entry of two new companies into the U.S. market. Both are jockeying for position as major players

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